International Meeting in Logistics Area at the Ministry of Defense
Chisinau, November 12, 2013 — Partner states experience in logistic support to the host nation and problems of interoperability and compatibility in multinational operations are discussed by the specialists of the Standing Group of Experts in Logistics Partners (SGELP) and experts from the National Army, as part of a workshop, which is held within November
According to the Deputy Chief of National Army Main Staff for Resource Management, Col. Andrei Sarban, experts from thirteen NATO member countries and “Partnership for Peace” (PfP) Program analyze together with the Moldovan military the possibility of providing logistic support for the training of logistics personnel.
The meeting brought together representatives from USA, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Georgia, Armenia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, as well as four international bodies: the International Secretariat of NATO, Allied Command Transformation (ACT), NATO Support Agency (NSPA) and Multinational Logistics Coordination Center (MLCC).
The SGPLE is the primary NATO Logistics forum for Partnership for Peace (PfP), Mediterranean Dialogue (MD), and Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI) partners as well as partners from around the globe who contribute to UN and OSCE-led operations,, facilitating partner countries cooperation with NATO Support Agency (NSPA).